Space data and technologies enable the modern economy to function. It provides us with everyday essentials such as internet access and weather and location information.
The Australian Space Agency is transforming and growing a globally respected Australian space industry.
This will lift the broader economy, inspire and improve the lives of Australians, and will be underpinned by strong international and
Established in July 2018, the agency is responsible for the development of Australia’s space industry, coordinating domestic activities, identifying opportunities and facilitating international space engagement.
The Agency is responsible for whole-of-government coordination of civil space matters and is the primary source of advice to the Australian Government on civil space policy.
• Providing national policy and strategic advice on the civil space sector
• Coordinating Australia’s domestic civil space sector activities
• Supporting the growth of Australia’s space industry and the use of space across the broader economy
• Leading international civil space engagement
• Administering space activities legislation and delivering on our international obligations
• Inspiring the Australian community and the next generation of space entrepreneurs
• Communications technologies, services and ground stations
• Space Situational Awareness (SSA) and debris monitoring
• Positioning, Navigation and Timing (PNT) infrastructure
• Earth Observation (EO) services
• Research and development
• Remote asset management
• Developing a strategy to position Australia as an international leader in specialised space capabilities
The Space Industry Association of Australia (SIAA) is a nationwide organisation formed to promote the growth of the Australian space sector. By formulating national policies and strategies, SIAA speaks with authority and credibility on behalf of its members on issues connected with the development of the Australian space industry.
SIAA takes a leading role in advising government on behalf of the space industry. Through a program of meetings and other communications, SIAA consults with its members to devise policies to support the development of the Australian space industry and is active in promoting commercial, industrial and research opportunities for its members nationally and internationally.
The Australian Science Teachers Association is a federation of the eight state and territory Science Teachers’ Associations. The Association has up to 3,000 members including individuals, schools and universities.
ASTA, in partnership with National Science Week, provides a grants program to schools each year to support teachers run activities during National Science Week. The school theme for National Science Week in 2019 is Destination Moon: more missions, more science. This theme is a way for teachers and their students to discover past missions to the Moon, and space programs that have solved some of the seemingly unsolvable problems. It also offers a chance to examine current and future space programs.
Faircount has created the definitive annual publication discussing what’s relevant and important in the space sector. It provides analysis, case studies, special reports and a large number of invited contributed columnists.
As such, Faircount has gathered together people from Government, academia, and industry who are helping shape the future of the space sector each year to create thought-leadership articles, and editorial features.
The publication covers all aspects of the space sector in Australia including interviews with Ministers and Australian Space Agency (ASA) executives, editorials and thought leadership pieces from the publication partners including the SIAA and ASTA. The publication examines the new Australian Space Agency partnerships and industry agreements, update articles on the progress of the Australian Space Agency, case studies on Australian companies, and the new technologies and products they have to offer, as well as how we creating and maintaining the STEM pipeline, and developing our space engineers, astronauts and space lawyers of the future.
Introduction: Hon Karen Andrews MP, Minister for Industry, Science and Technology
Opening interview: Anthony Murfett, Deputy Head, Australian Space Agency
Interview: Jim Morhard, NASA Deputy Administrator
US/Australia Space Agreement – Artemis and Moon to Mars – a report on the recent agreement between Australia and the US, and what it means to Australian industry and academia, and the opportunities that lie ahead – article includes robotics/AI and building in space, remote health, and space biology/space medicine
Space Situational Awareness and Space Traffic Management
Interview: Professor Craig Smith – CEO, EOS Space Systems
Interview: David Ball, CEO, SERC and chair of the SIAA
Space Industry Association of Australia (SIAA) – Update on the association and its perspective on the Australian space industry
International Space Investment Initiative
Australian Space Agency Advisory Group
Australian Space Agency Partners – profiles and updates of partnerships and progress made so far
SmartSat CRC – Update and progress
Industry Interview: Rob Hawketts, SVP Government Services, KBRWyle
Space Law: On 31 August 2019, the Space (Launches and Returns) Act 2018 replaced the existing Space Activities Act 1998. What does this mean for Australia?
Industry thought leadership: Dr Malcolm Davis, Senior Analyst, Space Policy, Space Security, Strategy & Capability, ASPI (TBC)
STEM & Australian Science Teachers Association (ASTA)
Innovation – Advanced Manufacturing – Composite Materials – 3d Printing
Industry profile: Romar Engineering – 3d printing with different composites
How to Select and Use Low-Cost Commercial-Grade Parts for Space Applications
Testing High-Throughput Satellites: From Prototyping to In-Orbit Verification
Using Satellite Technology to Feed a Growing, Hungry World
Interview: Professor Iver Cairns, Director, CUAVA (TBC)
Australian launch sites and launch updates
Australian National University – ASRad – The Australian Space Radiation Beamline
Cyber security and securing space assets – Simon Galbally – Senetas Corporation
* Editorial content subject to change
*All rates are net of agency commissions and ex GST, and are quoted in Australian Dollars
**All positions are four colour
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